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Personal information

  • Name: Ferenc LAKATOS
  • Date of Birth: 20th June, 1966
  • Place of Birth: Szombathely, Hungary
  • Nationality/citizenship: Hungarian
  • Profession: Forest engineer
  • Organisation: University of West Hungary , Institute of Forest- and Wood Protection H-9400 Sopron, Bajcsy-Zs. u. 4.
  • Office Address: H-9401 Sopron, POB. 132.
  • Off. Tel.: +36-99-518160
  • E-mail: lakatos.ferenc[at]uni-sopron.hu 


Current appointments

  • Dean, University of West-Hungary, Faculty of Forestry, date of appointment: 01/01/2013
  • Head, Institute of Silviculture and Forest Protection, date of appointment: 01/07/2011
  • Professor of Forest Entomology, University of West-Hungary, Institute of Silviculture and Forest Protection, date of appointment: 01/09/2005


Previous appointments

  • 04/1999 - 08/2005    Associate Professor, University of Sopron, Hungary, Institute of Forest- and Wood Protection (since 01/2000 University of West Hungary)
  • 10/1995 - 03/1999    Assistant Professor, University of Sopron, Hungary, Institute of Forest- and Wood Protection
  • 12/1994 - 09/1995    Lecturer, University of Agricultural Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Austria, Institute of Forest- Entomology, Pathology and Protection
  • 07/1994 - 11/1994    Lecturer, University of Sopron, Hungary, Institute of Forest- and Wood Protection
  • 09/1993 - 06/1994    Guest Researcher, University of Agricultural Sciences (BOKU) Vienna, Austria, Institute of Forest- Entomology, Pathology and Protection
  • 09/1990 - 08/1993    Scientific researcher, PhD studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences


University and university college degrees and diplomas

  • 2001    Habilitation (Venia Docendi in Entomology) University of West-Hungary
  • 1998-2000    Post graduate study (MSc. equivalent): Plant protection in forestry, University of West-Hungary
  • 1996    CSc. of Agriculture (PhD. equivalent): Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 1985-1990    University studies, University of Forestry and Wood Sciences (University of Sopron), School of Forestry. MSc. of Forestry


Grant situation


Research council funds

  • TÁMOP 4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0013: Leader of the subproject ‘B: Changes in natural capital’.
    Sponsored: NFÜ/EC, Duration: 2012-2014. Principal investigator: Cs. Mátyás University of West-Hungary, Overall budget: 870M HUF (approx. 2.9M EUR), own budget: 45M HUF (approx. 150000 EUR)
  • TÁMOP 4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0004: Leader of the theme: The role of dead wood in the forest ecosystems.
    Sponsored: NFÜ/EC, Duration: 2012-2014. Principal investigator: D. Bartha University of West-Hungary, Overall budget: 390M HUF (approx. 1.39M EUR), own budget: 27M HUF (approx. 90000 EUR)
  • TÁMOP 4.2.1.B-09/1/KONV-2010-0006: Leader of the following themes:
    • Invasive animals and plants: present situation and possible trends; risk assessment, genetic investigations in NW-Hungary
    • The komlex system of forest protection: interactions among host plant, herbivores and natural enemies.
    • Plant pathogens of protected woody pants.
    • Population genetic studies of protected and/or endangered animal species
    • Protected forests and protected insects (forest reserves, Natura2000 areas)
    Sponsored: NFÜ/EC, Duration: 2010-2012. Principal investigator: M. Neményi University of West-Hungary, Overall budget: 680M HUF (approx. 2.72M EUR), own budget: 75M HUF (approx. 280000 EUR)
  • TÁMOP 4.2.2./08/1-2008-0020 Forest management and agriculture, renewable energy technologies and climate change. Leader of the subproject 1: Forest and diversity.
    Sponsored: NFÜ/EC, Duration: 2009-2011. Principal investigator: Cs. Mátyás University of West-Hungary, Overall budget: 620M HUF (approx. 2.48M EUR), own budget: 28M HUF (approx. 112000 EUR)
  • The role of dead wood in the Hungarian broadleaved forests
    Sponsored: OTKA (Hungarian Science Fund), duration: 2007-2011. Principal investigator: Gy. Csóka. Overall budget: 15M HUF (approx. 60000 EUR), own budget: 5.2M HUF (approx. 20800 EUR)
  • Ecology and significance of blue stain fungi associated with bark beetles in Hungary Sponsored: OTKA (Hungarian Science Fund), duration: 2006-2008. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos. Overall budget: 9M HUF (approx. 36000 EUR)
  • “Forest and Climate” Sponsored by the National Research and Technology Office NKFP 3/B/0012/2002; duration: 2002-2006. Coordinator: Cs. Mátyás Univ. of West-Hungary. Overall budget: 240M HUF (approx. 960000 EUR), own budget: 5M HUF (approx. 20000 EUR)
  • “Genetic Patterns of Phytophythora Strains in Hungary,
    Sponsored: OTKA (Hungarian Science Fund), duration 2005-2007. Principal investigator: I. Szabó and F. Lakatos. Overall budget: 7.2M HUF (approx. 28700 EUR)
  • “Bark Beetle Pest Management on Norway Spruce,” OTKA (Hungarian Science Fund), duration: 1997-2000. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos. Overall budget: 4.2M HUF (approx. 16800 EUR)
  • “Bark and Wood Boring Insects in the Hungarian Coniferous Forest Types,” Sponsored by the Ministry of Education: 0210/2001, duration: 2001-2003. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos. Overall budget: 8M HUF (approx. 32000 EUR)
  • “Bark Beetles on the Coniferous Tree Species in Hungary,” Sponsored by the Ministry of Education, duration: 1997-1999. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos. Overall budget: 6.2M HUF (approx. 24800 EUR)


Foundation funds

  • “The Genetic Analysis of Ips duplicatus,” Sponsored by the OMAA/ÖAD, duration March 2005. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos & Ch. Stauffer. Budget: 2500 EUR
  • “Genetic Comparison of Phytophythora Strains from Hungary and Malaysia,” Sponsored by the NKTH TéT, duration 2004-2005. Principal investigator: I. Szabó Budget: 5000 EUR
  • “The Genetic Analysis of Invasive Leaf Miner Moths Parectopa Robiniella and Phyllonorycter Robiniella,” Sponsored by the OMAA/ÖAD 2856-2/2002, duration February 2003. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos & Ch. Stauffer. Budget: 4000 EUR
  • “The Origin of the Invasive Leaf Miner Moth Cameraria ohridella on the European Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hyppocastanum), a genetic comparison of North American and European Cameraria Species,” Sponsored by the Ministry of Agriculture MAKA/36/MO/2002, duration 2002-2003. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos & D. Davis. Budget: 8000 EUR
  • “Genetic and Physiological Investigation of Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner (Cameraria ohridella) in Europe,” Sponsored by the OMFB-TéT, duration 1999-2000. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos. Budget: 5000 EUR
  • “Genetic Structure of Ips typographus in the Border Zones,” Sponsored by OMAA & AÖU/Austria & Hungary, duration: 1996-1997. Principal investigator: F. Lakatos & Ch. Stauffer. Budget: 6000 EUR


EU funds

  • EVOLTREE: Evolution of Trees as Drivers of Terrestrial Biodiversity.
    Sponsored by the 6th FP Sub-priority 6.6 Global change and Ecosystems. NoE; duration 2006-2010). Coordinator: A. Kremer INRA, FR. Budget: 2.3M EUR, own budget: 68M HUF (approx. 272000 EUR)
  • “Integrated Risk Assessment and New Pest Management Technology in Ecosystems Affected by Forest Decline and Bark Beetle Outbreaks,” Sponsored by the EU INCO-Copernicus project 97-1163, duration: 1999-2001. Participants: Sweden, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, Austria, France, Poland and Hungary. Coordinator: F. Schlyter. Budget: 240000 EUR, own budget: 14000 EUR


Others

Experience in Development Projects:

  • FAO Project: Support to Implementation of Forest Policy and Strategy in Kosovo GCP/KOS/005/FIN
    Sponsored by the government of Finland, Coordinator: FAO Regional Office, Budapest
    Responsibility: International Expert of Forest Entomology

Experience in Cooperation Projects:

  • COST PERMIT (Pathways Evaluation and pest Risk Management In Transport) Sponsored by the COST E16 EU DG. XII. Coordinator: H. Evans, Head of Forest Research in Wels
    Responsibility: Management Committee (MC) member
  • DAISIE (Delivering Alien Invasive Species Inventories for Europe) Sponsored by the EC 6th FP (SSPI-CT-2003-511202). Coordinator: P. Hulme, NERC, UK
    Responsibility: National expert
  • COST BAWBILT (Bark And Wood Boring Instects in Living Trees) Sponsored by the COST E16 EU DG. XII. Coordinator: F. Lieutier INRA FR
    Responsibility: Management Committee (MC) member


Other scientific merits


National and international prizes

  • 2002        “Book award” for Forest Protection (F. Varga ed.)
  • 2001        “Researcher of the year” prize, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 2001-2004    “Bolyai” research grant, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 1993-1994    ÖAD research grant, BOKU Vienna
  • 1990        “Alma mater” prize, University of Forestry and Wood Sciences


Memberships

  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS): member of the public body
  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS): member of the Forestry Committee
  • HAS Veszprém Academic Committee: member of the Forestry Committee
  • Sopron Scientific Association: Chairman of the Forestry Committee
  • Vice-president, Forest Reserve Committee (09/2008 – 12/2011);
  • Hungarian Forestry Association: member


Editorial experiences


Referee for international journals

  • Reviewer of manuscripts for the following journals: Acta Silvatica et Ligniensia Hungarica, Annals of Forest Science, Phytoparasitica, Journal of Zoological Systematics, Journal of Pest Science, European Journal of Entomology.


Pedagogic activities, basic education


Teaching in basic education (period of time and scope)

  • Forest zoology: 1999/2000 – 2009/2010
  • Forest entomology: 2001/2002 –
  • Assessment of forest health: 1999/2000 – 2012/2011
  • Ecology of pests and pathogens (together with I. Szabó): 2002/2003 –
  • Animal ecology: 2004/2005 –
  • Biological invasions: 2006/2009 –
  • Invertebrate zoology: 2010/2011 –
  • Biological invasions (in English): 2008/2009 –
  • Forest protection (in English): 2008/2009 –


Production of teaching materials and teaching aids (textbooks, laboratory instructions, electronic aids/teaching aids, etc.)

Books and textbooks:

  • Lakatos F., Mirtchev S., Mehmeti A., Shabanaj H. (2014): Handbook of the major forest pests in Southeast Europe. FAO, Pristina, 109 pp. ISBN 978-92-5-108580-6 (printed), E-ISBN 978-92-5-108581-3
  • Lakatos F., Traser Gy. és Tuba K. (2010): Rovarhatározó az ízeltlábúak rövid áttekintésével (Insect determination key). Egyetemi jegyzet. Nyugat-magyarországi Egyetem Kiadó, Sopron. 102 pp.
  • Lakatos F. (2001): Az erdő, mint ökoszisztéma 19-22. Az erdei ökoszisztémát érő hatások 22-25. A kártevő fogalma és elszaporodásának feltételei 28-31. Az erdei környezetben fellépő károsító tényezők előrejelzésének elvei és lehetőségei 31-38. Az erdei kárfelmérés módszerei 38-40. A feromonok alkalmazásának lehetősége az erdőben 69-74. Az erdőhygiénia 240-245. A lucosokban fellépett szúkatasztrófa 270-273. In Varga F. (ed.): Erdővédelemtan (Forest Protection). Mg. Szaktudás Kiadó, Budapest.
  • Lakatos F. és Traser Gy. (2000): Rovarhatározó az ízeltlábúak áttekintésével (Insect determination key). Egyetemi jegyzet. Nyugat-Magyarországi Egyetem, Sopron. 106 pp.


Courses in PhD schools

  • Biological invasions
  • Protected forests and protected insects


Experience in international teaching projects

  • ERASMUS 517629-LLP-1-2011-1-UK-ERASMUS-EMCR “MSc Programme in Environmental Security and Management (SEMP)”. Sponsored by the EC. Coordinator: F. Ionas Buckinghamshire New University UK.
    Responsibility: National representative & expert
  • TEMPUS 2010-3199/001-001 “Curriculum Invoking Bologna aligned Education Leading to reform in Environmental Studies (CIBELES)” Sponsored by the EC. Coordinator: C. Machado, Georg August University Göttingen DE.
    Responsibility: EU Expert for Forestry
  • ERASMUS 510184-LLP-2010-UK-ERASMUS-ECDCE “MSc technology-enhanced Forest Fire Fighting Learning (MATEFL)”. Sponsored by the EC. Coordinator: F. Ionas Buckinghamshire New University UK.
    Responsibility: National representative & expert
  • Media Naturae, Sponsored by the LEONARDO Program, EU DG XII.
    Coordinator: IWJ (Institut für Wildbiologie und Jagdwirtschaft), BOKU, Vienna, AT
    Responsibility: National coordinator
  • Logos Gaias, Sponsored by the LEONARDO Program, EU DG XII.
    Coordinator: IWJ (Institut für Wildbiologie und Jagdwirtschaft), BOKU, Vienna, AT
    Responsibility: National coordinator


Tutor experience

PhD tutoring:

  • Rudolf Hillebrand (together with Katalin Tuba): Developmental biology of gypsy moth (Lymantrai dispar). Period: 2013-
  • Dániel Andrési: Carabid associates in different forest stands. Period: 2012-
  • Edit Pintérné Nagy: Effect of light pollution to insects. Period: 2011-
  • Judit Kovács (together with Ilona Szabó): The importance of Phytophthora species in Hungarian forestry. Period: 2010-
  • Viktória Tóth: Population genetics of invasive herbivores. Period: 2010-
  • Bálint Horváth: Comparison of forest stands based on moth diversity. Period: 2010-
  • Szabolcs Sáfián: Butterfly diversity in West-Africa. Period: 2009-
  • Bálint Mészáros: Population genetics of Melolontha species. Period: 2009-
  • Balázs Velekei: Population genetics of Triturus species. Period: 2009-
  • Katalin Tuba: Forest protection problems of energy plantations. Period: 2007-2010, defense: 2011
  • Krisztián Kovács: Beetles associated to dead wood in forest reserves. Period: 2006-2009,
  • Zoltán Kovács: Physiological and genetic investigation of Cameraria ohridella. Period: 1998-2001, defense: 2004


OTHER QUALIFICATIONS


International activities

Work abroad, including post-Doctoral periods

Short visits:

  • Nagoya University, Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Lab. of Forest Protection (Nagoya, Japan). H. Kajimura, July 2006
  • Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM), Dep. of Forest Pathology, (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). S.S. Lee, November 2005
  • Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM), Dep. of Forest Pathology, (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). S.S. Lee, October 2004
  • The Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Entomological Collection, (Washington D.C., USA). D. Davis, August 2002.
  • School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia (Norwich, England). G. M. Hewitt, September 1995.
  • Institute of Forest Zoology, Albert Ludwig University, (Freiburg, Germany). J. Schönherr, July 1986.


Grants:

  • 12/1994 – 09/1995 Lecturer, University of Agricultural Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Austria, Institute of Forest- Entomology, Pathology and Protection
  • 09/1993 – 06/1994 Institute of Forest Entomology, Pathology and Protection, University of Agricultural Sciences, (Vienna, Austria). E. Führer.



Active participation in international conferences, primarily during the last five-year period

  • Lakatos F., Tóth V. (2012): Population genetic structure of the invasive plane leaf miner (Phyllonorycter platani STRG. 1870). 3rd Meeting of IUFRO Working Unit 7.03.12: Alien Invasive Species and International Trade. 10-16 June 2012 Tokyo, Japan. Abstract book O16
    Form of activity: regular participation
  • Lakatos F. and Csóka Gy. (2011): Recent forest protection problems in Hungary – causes and consequences. Applied Forestry Research in the 21st Century. International conference held on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Forestry and Game Management Research Institute. Prague-Pruhonice, 13-15 September 2011. Book of abstracts: 37.
    Form of activity: invited speaker
  • Lakatos F., Mészáros B. and Stauffer C. (2011): 4th Meeting on Genetics of Bark Beetles and Associated Microorganisms, 5-6 September 2011, Sopron, Hungary. Book of Abstracts. NYME Kiadó Sopron 2011, ISBN 978-963-334-017-2
    Form of activity: organizer
  • Lakatos F. and Mészáros B. (2011): IUFRO WP.7.03.05 – Ecology and Management of Bark and Wood Boring Insects: Novel risks with bark and wood boring insects in broadleaved and conifer forests. 7-9 September 2011, Sopron, Hungary. Book of Abstracts. NYME Kiadó Sopron 2011, ISBN 978-963-334-016-5
    Form of activity: organizer
  • Lakatos F., Tuba K., Augustin S., Denux O., Villar M., Villani F., Kieliszewska-Rokicka B., Karlinski L., Brändle M., Künkler N., Smulders M.J.M. (2010): The effect of the local environmental conditions on associated organisms of Populus nigra ’Italica’. In: Vinceti B. Neate P. (comps.) (2010): Conference on ’Forest ecosystem genomics and adaptation’. San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid), Spain, 9-12 June 2010. Book of abstracts. Bioversity Internatinal (Rome, Italy) and INIA (Madrid, Spain): 112.
    Form of activity: regular participation
  • Lakatos F., Meszáros B., Stauffer C. and Arthofer W. (2010): Genetic differences among Central European Cockchafer (Melolontha spp.) species. Workshop on Biotic Risks and Climate Change in Forests IUFRO Working Party 7.03.10 20-23 September, 2010 Freiburg / Germany
    Form of activity: regular participation
  • Lakatos F., Meszáros B., Stauffer C. and Arthofer W. (2010): Genetic differences among Central European Cockchafer (Melolontha spp.) species. IXth European Congress of Entomology. 22-27. August 2010. Budapest, Hungary. IXth European Congress of Entomology Programme and Book of Abstracts: 103.
    Form of activity: chairperson, organization of the session
  • Lakatos F. and Douce K. (2009): Resources to support information exchange and education on invasive forest insects: cooperation between CISEH (Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health) and UWH-FF (University of West-Hungary, Faculty of Forestry). Proceedings: 52nd Southern Forest Insect Work Conference July 28 – 31, 2009 Gulfport, Mississippi
    Form of activity: invited speaker


International commitments (board work, etc., with international organizations)

  • 2007 -    Representative of the Faculty of Forestry by the European Forest Institute (EFI)
  • 2007 -    Representative of the Faculty of Forestry and Hungary by IUFRO


International collaboration that resulted in publications

  • Keith Douce (University of Georgia, www.bugwood.org), in 2008 Rotary research fellow at the University of West-Hungary, Institute of Silviculture and Forest Protection;
  • Christian Stauffer (BOKU Wien, IFFF), several joint research projects;
  • Alain Roques, Carlos Lopez-Vaamonde, Sylvie Augustin (INRA France, Orleans)
  • Hisashi Kajimura, School of Agricultural Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan
  • Lee Su See, Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM)


Administrative assignments

Experience from managing

  • 01/2013 -    Dean, Faculty of Forestry, University of West-Hungary
  • 07/2011 -    Head, Institute of Silviculture and Forest Protection
  • 07/2008 - 06/2010    Assigned head, Institute of Environmental and Earth Sciences
  • 08/2007 - 12/2012    Deputy Dean for Research and International Relationships, Faculty of Forestry, University of West-Hungary
  • 08/2007 - 12/2011    Vice-president, Forest Reserve Committee, Ministry of Rural Development


Membership of boards and committees within the university/university college, primarily during the last five-year period (faculty board, etc.)

  • 01/2013 -    Member of the University Senate (University of West-Hungary)
  • 07/2005 -    Member of the faculty board (Faculty of Forestry)
  • External contacts and external activities
    • Sopron Forest and Environment Foundation: chairman
    • Sopron Nature Park Association: member of the management


Languages:

  • Hungarian: mother tongue
  • English: fluent speaking/reading/writing
  • German: fluent speaking/reading/writing
  • Russian: basic


Publications


International and national publications reviewed by referees


Books, book chapters

  • Lakatos F. és Szabó I. (2012): Növényvédelem az Erdőgazdálkodásban (Plant protection in Forestry). Magyar Agrárkamara – Szaktudás Kiadó Ház, Budapest. 180 pp., ISBN 978-615-5224-20-1
  • Tuba K., Horváth B. és Lakatos F. (2012): Inváziós rovarok fás növényeken (Invasive insects on woody plants). Nyugat-magyarországi Egyetem Kiadó, 120 pp., ISBN 978-963-334-049-3
  • Sauvard D., Branco M., Lakatos F., Faccoli M. and Kirkendall L.R. (2010) Weevils and Bark Beetles (Coleoptera, Curculionoidea). Chapter 8.2. In: Roques A et al. (Eds): Alien terrestrial arthropods of Europe. BioRisk 4(1): 219–266. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.64
  • Tuba K. and Lakatos F. (2010): 14.13 Rhopalapion longirostre (Olivier 1807) (= Apion longirostre) Hollyhock weevil (Coleoptera, Apionidae). Roques A, Lees D (Eds): Factsheets for 80 representative alien species. Chapter 14. In: Roques A et al. (Eds) Arthropod invasions in Europe. BioRisk 4(2): 886–887. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.69
  • Tuba K. and Lakatos F. (2010): 14.14 Trogoderma granarium (Everts, 1898) (= T. khapra (Arrow, 1917)) (= T. afrum (Priesner, 1951)) - Khapra beetle (Coleoptera, Dermestidae). Roques A, Lees D (Eds): Factsheets for 80 representative alien species. Chapter 14. In: Roques A et al. (Eds) Arthropod invasions in Europe. BioRisk 4(2): 888–889. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.69
  • Tuba K. and Lakatos F. (2010): 14.22 Tribolium confusum (Du Val, 1868) - Confused flour beetle (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae). Roques A, Lees D (Eds): Factsheets for 80 representative alien species. Chapter 14. In: Roques A et al. (Eds) Arthropod invasions in Europe. BioRisk 4(2): 904–905. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.69
  • Tuba K. and Lakatos F. (2010): 14.43 Aspidiotus nerii (Bouché, 1833) (= A. hederae (Vallot, 1829)) – Oleander scale (Hemiptera, Diaspididae). Roques A, Lees D (Eds): Factsheets for 80 representative alien species. Chapter 14. In: Roques A et al. (Eds) Arthropod invasions in Europe. BioRisk 4(2): 946–947. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.69
  • Lakatos F. (2010): 14.64 Hyphantria cunea Drury - Fall webworm (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae). Roques A, Lees D (Eds): Factsheets for 80 representative alien species. Chapter 14. In: Roques A et al. (Eds) Arthropod invasions in Europe. BioRisk 4(2): 988-989. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.69
  • Lakatos F. (2010): 14.64 Argyresthia thuiella (Packard, 1871) - Arborvitae leaf miner (Lepidoptera, Yponomeutidae). Roques A, Lees D (Eds): Factsheets for 80 representative alien species. Chapter 14. In: Roques A et al. (Eds) Arthropod invasions in Europe. BioRisk 4(2): 988-989. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.69
  • Lakatos F. and Szabó I. (2005): Erdővédelem: Lágy lombos fafajokon (nyár, fűz és éger) előforduló károsítók és kórokozók (Forest Protection: Pests and diseases on poplars, willows and alder). Mg. Szaktudás Kiadó, Budapest. 74 pp.
  • Lakatos F. & Thuróczy Cs. (2002): Parasitoids of xylophagous and phloeophagous insects of the Hungarian coniferous tree species. In: Melika G. and Thuróczy Cs. (eds.): Parasitic Wasps: Evolution, Systematic, Biodiversity and Biological Control. Agroinform Kiadó Budapest. 340-345. p.
  • Lakatos F. (2002): Koevolúció rovarok és gazdanövényük között (Coevolution among heribivores and its hosts) In: Cs. Mátyás (ed.): Természetvédelmi genetika (Genetic in Nature Conservation). 254-259. p
  • Lakatos F. and Szabó I. (2002): Erdővédelem: Tölgyeken előforduló károsítók és kórokozók (Forest Protection: Pests and diseases on oaks). Mg. Szaktudás Kiadó, Budapest 64 pp.
  • Lakatos F. and Szabó I. (2001): Erdővédelem: Fenyőfélék kártevői és kórokozói (Forest Protection: Pests and diseases on conifers). Mg. Szaktudás Kiadó, Budapest 92 pp.
  • Lakatos F. (2001): Az erdő, mint ökoszisztéma 19-22. Az erdei ökoszisztémát érő hatások 22-25. A kártevő fogalma és elszaporodásának feltételei 28-31. Az erdei környezetben fellépő károsító tényezők előrejelzésének elvei és lehetőségei 31-38. Az erdei kárfelmérés módszerei 38-40. A feromonok alkalmazásának lehetősége az erdőben 69-74. Az erdőhygiénia 240-245. A lucosokban fellépett szúkatasztrófa 270-273. In Varga F. (ed.): Erdővédelemtan (Forest Protection). Mg. Szaktudás Kiadó, Budapest.


Participation in International Congresses

  • Mátyás C., Berki I., Bidló A., Czimber K., Gálos B., Gribovszki Z., Lakatos F., Borovics A., Csóka G., Führer E., Illés G., Rasztovits E., Somogyi Z., Bartholy J. (2017): Adapting land management to emergence of novel site conditions on the continental lowlands of SE Europe. EGU General Assembly 23-28 April 2017, Vienna, Austria. Geophysical Research
  • Horváth B., Scherer Z., Szentirmai I., Lakatos F. (2017): Mark-recapture study on Phengalis teleius in the Gödörház Meadow (Őrség National Park, Hungary). In: Šašic M., Rota J., Mihoci I. (2017): The 20th European Congress of Lepidopterology, Podgora, Croatia. 24-30 April 2017. Croatian Natural History Museum, Zagreb.
  • Horváth B., Szentirmai I., Laktos F. (2017): Traditionally-mowed fruit orchards and their butterfly fauna in Őrség National Park (Hungary). In: Šašic M., Rota J., Mihoci I. (2017): The 20th European Congress of Lepidopterology, Podgora, Croatia. 24-30 April 2017. Croatian Natural History Museum, Zagreb.
  • Horváth E., Tuba K., Lakatos F. (2016): The effect of Beauveria species on cockchafer and rose chafer grubs. 5th Interdisciplinary Doctoral Conference Pécs, Hungary. 27-29 May 2016.
  • Hillebrand R., Tuba K., Lakatos F. (2016): The development of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar L.) on different food plants. 5th Interdisciplinary Doctoral Conference Pécs, Hungary. 27-29 May 2016.
  • Lakatos F. (2016): Recent developments of the forest education in Hungary. International Seed Federation Meeting. Sopron, Hungary. 29-30. August 2016.
  • Lakatos F., Tuba K., Molnár M. (2016): A cserebogárpajor elleni védekezés lehetőségei mikrobiológiai készítményekkel. MTA PAB Erdészeti és Vadgazdálkodási Munkabizottságának munkaértekezlete. Zselickisfalud-Kardosfa, 2016. június 9.
  • Lakatos F. (2016): Forest invasive species in Central ans Eastern Europe. APFSIN Workshop on Transboundary Caases of Forest Invasive Species Management. Clark Free Port Zone, Philippines. 22-24 February 2016.
  • Lakatos F. (2015): Detection of pest and diseases in Hungarian forests. International Summer School on „Methods for analysing climate change and its impact on forest ecosystems“ UWH Sopron, 31 Aug. – 4 Sept. 2015, Sopron, Hungary.
  • Lakatos F. (2015): New challenges in the control of transboundary pests and diseases as well as invasive species in the context of climate change. FAO Regional capacity development workshop on the „Implementation of phytosanitary standards in forestry“. 9-11 June 2015, Nyíregyháza, Hungary.
  • Avtzis N.D., Lakatos F., Gallego D., Pernek M., Stauffer C., Faccoli M. (2015): Preliminary phylogeography and population dynamics of the European pine bark beetle Ips sexdentatus. IUFRO 07.03.05-07.03.12 Joint meeting: A global perspective on the ecology and management of bark and wood boring insects. Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina. 1-4 September 2015.
  • Douce G.K., Lakatos F., Tuba K., Molnár M., Bargeron C. (2015): EDDMapS: Information Technology tool that can be used to survey, report and map native and IAS across Europe. IUFRO 7.03.10 Methodology of forest insect and disease survey in central Europe: Fluctuation of Insects and Diseases. S. Michele all’Adige, Italy. 22-26 June 2015.
  • Avtzis N.D., Lakatos F., Gallego D., Pernek M., Stauffer C., Faccoli M. (2015): Preliminary phylogeography and population dynamics of the european pine bark beetle Ips sexdentatus. IUFRO 7.03.10 Methodology of forest insect and disease survey in central Europe: Fluctuation of Insects and Diseases. S. Michele all’Adige, Italy. 22-26 June 2015.
  • Andrési D., Lakatos F. (2014): The methodology of pitfall trapping and the ground beetle community of Zánka. Poster, IX. International Euroasian Symposion, Ekaterinburg, 2014. 09. 23. In: Lesa Rossii i hoziastvo v nuh 50(3): 22-25. (МЕТОДИКА ОТЛОВОВ ПОЧВЕННЫМИ ЛОВУШКАМИ ЖУЖЕЛИЦ СООБЩЕСТВА ЗАНКИ). In: А.И. Гущин & Е.Л. Михайлова (eds.):  ЛЕСА РОССИИ И ХОЗЯЙСТВО В НИХ, 50(3): 22-25.
  • Hillebrand R. Tuba K., Lakatos F. (2014): The development of gypsy moth under different temperatures. VII Congress on Plant Protection. 24-28 November 2014, Zlatibor, Serbia.
  • Avtzis D.N., Lakatos F., Faccoli M., Gallego D., Pernek M., Stauffer C. (2014): Phylogeography of the European pine bark beetle Ips sexdentatus populations. European Congress of Entomology. 3-8 August 2014, York, UK.
  • Mészaros B., Stauffer C. Lakatos F. (2014): Genetical differences among Central European Cockchafer species. Sustaining Forests, Sustaining people: The Role of Research XXIVth IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA. The IUFRO Incubator Abstract Volume: 52. p.
  • Lakatos F., Tuba K., Molnár M. (2014): The use of EDDMapS to monitor the range extension of two invasive insect species in Hungary. Sustaining Forests, Sustaining people: The Role of Research XXIVth IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA. In: Parrotta J.A., Moser C.F.. Scherzer A.J., Koerth N.E., Lederle D.R. (eds): The International Forestry Review: 180. p.
  • Lakatos F., Tuba K., Váradi M., Takács V. (2014): The effect of the host plant phenotypic variation on leaf miner and gall forming insect associations. Sustaining Forests, Sustaining people: The Role of Research XXIVth IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA. In: Parrotta J.A., Moser C.F.. Scherzer A.J., Koerth N.E., Lederle D.R. (eds): The International Forestry Review: 159. p.
  • Lakatos F., Boros N., Papp V., Haltrich A., Csóka Gy., Szőcs L., Tuba K., Molnár M., Kelemen G., Vétek G. (2014): Present distribution and spread of Cydalima perspectalis in Hungary. 5th Meeting of Forest Protection Experts and Forest Phytosanitary Experts in Vienna. March 13th – 14th, 2014.
  • Tuba K., Lakatos F. (2014): Herbivore association of different poplar species, hybrids and clones. International Poplar Symposium (IPS) VI. July 20-23 2014, Vancouver BC, Canada.
  • Lakatos F. (2013): New challenges in the control of transboundary pests and diseases as well as invasive species in the context of climate change. FAO Regional Workshop on Impacts of Climate Change on Forest Mangement and Possible Mitigation and Adaptation Measures. 26-29 November 2013, Izmir, Turkey.
  • Avtzis, D.N.; Lakatos, F.; Faccoli, M.; Gallego, D.; Stauffer, C. (2013): A first insight into the mitochondrial phylogeography of Ips sexdentatus in Europe. Proceedings of the 10th International Plant Protection Symposium. 05-07 November 2013, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina: 34. p.
  • Avtzis, D.N.; Lakatos, F.; Faccoli, M.; Gallego, D.; Pernek, M.; Stauffer, C. (2013): Phylogeography of Ips sexdentatus in Europe – a first glance onto the mitochondrial DNA. IUFRO WP.7.03.05 – Ecology and Management of Bark and Wood Boring Insects: Forest Insect Disturbance in a Warming Environment. 15-19 September 2013, Banff, Alberta,
  • Arraiza M.P., Ioras F., García J., Gimenez M., Calderon C., Martín S., García F., Abrudan I., Santamarta M.P., Korjus H., Lakatos F. (2013): Defining Key Competences for a Master Program on Climate Change and Restoration of Degraded Land. 6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 18-20 November, 2013, Seville, Spain
  • Ioras F., Kaner J., Arraiza M.P., Santamarta J.C., Abrudan V., Korjus H., Lakatos F. (2013): Evaluation of a Web-Based Portal for Knowhow Dissemination From Academia to Industry: Lessons Learned From an Online Instructional Design and Technology Program. 6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 18-20 November, 2013, Seville, Spain
  • Arraiza M.P., Calderón Guerrero C., García-Robredo F., Martín S., García J.L., López J.V., Giménez M.C., Santamarta J.C., Ioras F., Abrudan I., Lakatos F., Korjus H. (2013): Development of MSc Programmes under the Erasmus Multilateral Projects. 5th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 1-3 July 2013 Barcelona, Spain.
  • Arraiza M.P., Martín S., García-Robredo F., García J.L., López J.V., Ioras F., Abrudan I., Lakatos F., Nagy D., Korjus H., Kangur A., Santamarta J.C. (2012): Development of a Pan European E-learning MSc degree in Technology – Enhanced Forest Fire Fighting Learning (MATEFL). 4th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 2-4 July 2012 Barcelona, Spain.
  • Ioras F., Arraiza M.P., García J., Gimenez M., Calderón C., Martín S., García F., Abrudan I., Santamarta J.C., Korjus H., Lakatos F. (2013). Defining key competences for a Master Program on Climate Change and Restoration of Degraded Land. In Proceedings of the ICERI2012, Sevilla, Spain, 6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation. 18-20 November 2013 (pp. 5252-5255). IATED.
  • Tóth V., Bender B., Tuba K., Lakatos F. (2013): Population genetic structure of the invasive sycamore lace bug (Corythuca ciliata Say, 1873). (GENETICKÁ ŠTRUKTÚRA POPULÁCIE INVÁZNEJ SIETNAČKY PLATANOVEJ (CORYTHUCA CILIATA SAY, 1873) Dreviny vo Verejnej Zeleni, Zborník z konferencie s medzinárodnou úcastou, Nitra, 18-19 June 2013. In: Pastircakova K., Horakova M.K. (eds): Conference proceedings: 185-189. (ISBN 978-80-89408-16-0)
  • Tuba K., Kelemen G., Lakatos F. (2013): Walnut husk fly (Rhagoletis completa Cresson 1929) in Europe. Dreviny vo Verejnej Zeleni, Zborník z konferencie s medzinárodnou úcastou, Nitra, 18-19 June 2013. In: Pastircakova K., Horakova M.K. (eds): Conference proceedings: 180-184. (ISBN 978-80-89408-16-0)
  • Polgár A., Drüszler Á., Lakatos F., Takács V., Bazsó T. (2013): Ecological Foundation for Sustainable Land Use. Environmental Security, Geological Hazards and Management. Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain 10-12. 04. 2013.
  • Puky M.; Tóth V.; Lakatos F.; Tóth M.; Mester B.; Bíró P.; Ács É. and Velekei B. (2012): Phylogeographic pattern, parasite load and fluctuating asymmetry of Zootoca vivipara in Hungary. World Congress of Herpetology. Vancouver, Canada, 8-14 August 2012.
  • Tuba K. and Lakatos F. (2012): Leaf miner association of Quercus robur seedling provenances. Joint 7.03.01 and 7.03.04 Working Party Meeting Vilnius, Lituania, 16-19 September 2012.
  • Tuba K.; Tóth V.; Orozumbekov A. and Lakatos F. (2012): Profenusa pygmaea (Klug 1816): a double-faced sawfly. Joint 7.03.10 and 7.03.06 Working Party Meeting Palanga, Lituania, 10-14 September 2012.
  • Kovács J; Lakatos F. and Szabó I. (2012): Seasonal variation on inoculum density and species composition of soilborne Phytophthoras in an infected black walnut stand in Hungary. 6th IUFRO Meeting Working Party 7.02.09: Phytophthora in Forest and Natural Ecosystems. Cordoba, Spain, 9-14 september 2012.
  • Ódor P., Bidló A., Király I., Kutszegi G., Lakatos F., Mag Zs., Márialigeti S., Nascimbene J., Samu F., Siller I. and Tinya F. (2012): Stand structure as indicator of forest biodiversity in temperate mixed forest: a multi-taxon approach. IUFRO Ireland. Second International Conference on Biodiversity in Forest Ecosystems and Landscapes. University College Cork, 28-31 August 2012.
  • Lakatos F. (2012): Die forstliche Ausbildung in Ungarn. Österreichische Forsttagung. 23-25. Mai, Raiding (25. Mai, 2012, Sopron)
  • Lakatos F., Tóth V. (2012): Population genetic structure of the invasive plane leaf miner (Phyllonorycter platani STRG. 1870). 3rd Meeting of IUFRO Working Unit 7.03.12: Alien Invasive Species and International Trade. 10-16 June 2012 Tokyo, Japan
  • Lakatos F., Tóth V., Bender B., Kikuchi K. and Kajimura H. (2012): Population genetic structure of the invasive sycamore lace bug (Corythuca ciliata Say, 1873). 3rd Meeting of IUFRO Working Unit 7.03.12: Alien Invasive Species and International Trade. 10-16 June 2012 Tokyo, Japan
  • Velekei B., Tóth V., Lakatos F. Bíró P., Ács É. and Puky M. (2012): Phylogeographic pattern of Zootoca vivipara in Hungary. ConGRESS, Utilization of genetic approaches for effective conservation of endangered species, Regional Workshop, Debrecen, Hungary. March 14-16, 2012.
  • Horváth, B., Sáfián, Sz., Tóth, V. and Lakatos, F. (2012): Genetic Investigation of Protected Lepidoptera Species in West-Hungary (Presentation of Methods, Modell Species and Aims). ConGRESS, Utilization of genetic approaches for effective conservation of endangered species, Regional Workshop, Debrecen, Hungary. March 14-16, 2012.
  • Mészáros, B., Stauffer, C. and Lakatos, F. (2012): Genetic Analysis of Cockchafer (Melolontha spp.) Species. International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Development & Ecological Footprint. 26-27 March 2012 Sopron, Hungary
  • Kovács, J., Lakatos, F. and Szabó, I. (2012): The Role of Phytophthora Species in the Decline of Black Walnut Stands. International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Development & Ecological Footprint. 26-27 March 2012 Sopron, Hungary
  • Horváth, B., Sáfián, Sz., Tóth, V. and Lakatos, F. (2012): Genetic Investigation of Protected Lepidoptera Species in West-Hungary (Presentation of Methods, Modell Species and Aims). International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Development & Ecological Footprint. 26-27 March 2012 Sopron, Hungary
  • Tóth, V. and Lakatos, F. (2012): Population Genetic Study of the Plane Leaf-miner (Phyllonorycter platani Stgr. 1870). International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Development & Ecological Footprint. 26-27 March 2012 Sopron, Hungary
  • Tuba K., Schuler H., Stauffer C. and Lakatos F. (2012): First found of the walnut husk fly, Rhagoletis completa (Creson 1929) (Diptera: Tephritidae), in Hungary. International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Development & Ecological Footprint. 26-27 March 2012 Sopron, Hungary
  • Kovács J., Lakatos F. and Szabó I. (2011): Phytophthora species in the decline of black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) stands. COST Action FP0801: Established and Emerging Phytophthora: Increasing Threats to Woodland and Forest Ecosystems in Europe. Management Commmittee and Working Groups Meeting, 21-22 November 2011, Budapest.
  • Kovács J., Szabó I. and Lakatos F. (2011): Phytophthora infection in a sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) orchard in Transdanubia, Hungary. IUFRO 7.02.02. Conference, 23-28th May 2011, Cantabria, Spain.
  • Tuba K., Cseke K. and Lakatos F. (2011): Interaction of interspecific poplar hybrids and different functional group of herbivores. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, 13-18 August 2011, Wageningen, NL
  • Lakatos F. and Csóka Gy. (2011): Recent forest protection problems in Hungary – causes and consequences. Applied Forestry Research in the 21st Century. International conference held on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Forestry and Game Management Research Institute. Prague-Pruhonice, 13-15 September 2011.
  • Lakatos F. (2011): Present situation of bark and wood boring insects in the Hungarian forests. IUFRO WP.7.03.05 – Ecology and Management of Bark and Wood Boring Insects: Novel risks with bark and wood boring insects in broadleaved and conifer forests. 7-9 September 2011, Sopron, Hungary.
  • Douce G.K., Moorhead D.J., Bargeron C., LaForest J. and Lakatos F. (2011): A Novell and Collaborative Approach to Developing Educational Resources You Can Help Build and Use: Bugwood.org. IUFRO WP.7.03.05 – Ecology and Management of Bark and Wood Boring Insects: Novel risks with bark and wood boring insects in broadleaved and conifer forests. 7-9 September 2011, Sopron, Hungary.
  • Kawasaki Y., Kajimura H., Stauffer C. and Lakatos F. (2011): Infection pattern of Wolbachia strains in Scolytinae. 4th Meeting on Genetics of Bark Beetles and Associated Microorganisms, 5-6 September 2011, Sopron, Hungary.
  • Csóka Gy., Lakatos F., Koltay A., Hirka A., Janik G. and Molnár M. (2010): Health status of the Hungarian beech forests. FAGUS 2010 – Is there future for beech – changes, impacts and answers. International Scientific Symposium. 27-28. October 2010. Varazdin, Croatia.
  • Lakatos F. (2010): The effect of climate change on insects (A klímaváltozás és a rovarvilág kapcsolata) Környezet- és Klímavédelmi Humboldt-Kolleg konferencia. Sopron, 2010. október 21.
  • Csóka Gy. and Lakatos F. (2010): Assessing forest health, pest and pathogen risk related to climate change. TÁMOP 4.2.2 and COST-ECHOES (Felkészülés a klímaváltozásra és hatásainak enyhítésére az erdészeti és faipari ágazatban) Sopron, 2010. október 14.
  • Nagy L., Lakatos F. and Szabó I. (2010): Ash dieback caused by Chalara fraxinea in Hungary. Workshop on Biotic Risks and Climate Change in Forests IUFRO Working Party 7.03.10 20-23 September, 2010 Freiburg / Germany
  • Mészáros B., Lakatos F., Stauffer C. and Arthofer W. (2011): Genetic differences among Central European Cockchafer (Melolontha spp.) species. In: Delb H. and Pontuali S. (eds.): Biotic Risks and Climate Change in Forests.  Proceedings: 10th IUFRO Workshop of WP 7.03.10 „Methodology of Forest Insect and Disease Survey in Central Europe” September 20-23, 2010 Freiburg, Germany. Berichte Freiburger Forstliche Forschung Heft 89: 107-110. p.
  • Lakatos F., Meszáros B., Stauffer C. and Arthofer W. (2010): Genetic differences among Central European Cockchafer (Melolontha spp.) species. Workshop on Biotic Risks and Climate Change in Forests IUFRO Working Party 7.03.10 20-23 September, 2010 Freiburg / Germany
  • Douce G. K. and Lakatos F. (2010): Web systems and tools to support invasive species education programs in multiple languages across national and institutional boundaries. IXth European Congress of Entomology. 22-27. August 2010. Budapest, Hungary
  • Douce G. K., Lakatos F., Csóka Gy., Zubrik M., Kunca A. and Kapitola P. (2010): Bugwood Image Database System: Webaccessible, taxonomically-referenced images available to support education. IXth European Congress of Entomology. 22-27. August 2010. Budapest, Hungary
  • Meszáros B., Lakatos F., Stauffer C. and Arthofer W. (2010): Genetic differences among Central European Cockchafer (Melolontha spp.) species. IXth European Congress of Entomology. 22-27. August 2010. Budapest, Hungary
  • Augustin S., Denux O., Castagneyrol B., Jactel H., Karlinski L., Kieliszewska-Rokicka B., Lakatos F., Smulders M.J.M., Tuba K., Villani F.,  Villar M. (2010): Insect herbivory response to Populus nigra genetic diversity. Fifth International Poplar Symposium (IPS-V): Poplars and willows: from research models to multipurpose trees for a bio-based society. 20-25 September 2010, Orvieto, Italy
  • Lakatos F. and Szűcs R. (2010): Canopy research in the botanical garden of the University of West-Hungary, Sopron. IXth European Congress of Entomology. 22-27. August 2010. Budapest, Hungary
  • Tuba K. and Lakatos F. (2010): Diversity of Pemphigus galls on the Lombardy black poplar (Populus nigra ‘Italica’). IXth European Congress of Entomology. 22-27. August 2010. Budapest, Hungary
  • Mészáros, B., Lakatos, F. Stauffer, Ch. Arthofer, W. (2010): Genetic analysis of central European cockchafer species. XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23-28 August 2010, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
  • Kajimura, H., Ito, M., Kawasaki, Y., Mizuno, T. Lakatos, F. (2010): Ecology of invasive exotic Asian ambrosia beetles and their symbiotic fungi. XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23-28 August 2010, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
  • Tuba K., Lakatos F., Augustin S., Denux O., Villar M., Villani F., Kieliszewska-Rokicka B., Karlinski L., Brändle M., Künkler N., Smulders M.J.M. (2010): The effect of the local environmental conditions on associated organisms of Lombardy poplar (Populus nigra cv ‘Italica’). Fifth International Poplar Symposium (IPS-V): Poplars and willows: from research models to multipurpose trees for a bio-based society. 20-25 September 2010, Orvieto, Italy
  • De Woody J., Viger M., Lakatos F., Tuba K., Taylor G., Smulders M.J.M. (2010): Variation in leaf damage in a segregating hybrid Populus family identifies genomic regions associated with insect and rust damage. Fifth International Poplar Symposium (IPS-V): Poplars and willows: from research models to multipurpose trees for a bio-based society. 20-25 September 2010, Orvieto, Italy
  • DeWoody J., Viger M., Lakatos F., Tuba K., Taylor G., Smulders M.J.M. (2010): Poplar community genetics: Identifying genomic regions associated with insect and rust damage in a segregating Populus family. Conference on ’Forest ecosystem genomics and adaptation’. San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid), Spain, 9-12 June 2010.
  • Cavers S., Telford A., Lakatos F., Tuba K., Castagneyrol B., Jactel H. (2010): The impact of geographic variation in the keystone tree species, pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) on susceptibility to insect herbivory: a translocation experiment. Conference on ’Forest ecosystem genomics and adaptation’. San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid), Spain, 9-12 June 2010.
  • Tuba K., Lakatos F., Augustin S., Denux O., Villar M., Villani F., Kieliszewska-Rokicka B., Karlinski L., Brändle M., Künkler N., Smulders M.J.M. (2010): The effect of the local environmental conditions on associated organisms of Populus nigra ’Italica’. Conference on ’Forest ecosystem genomics and adaptation’. San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid), Spain, 9-12 June 2010.
  • Kovács K. and Lakatos F. (2010): Beetles associated to dead wood in the forest reserves of Hungary. European symposium and workshop on conservation of saproxylic beetles. 15-17 June 2010, Ljubljana.
  • Lakatos F., Meszáros B., Stauffer C. and Arthofer W. (2010): Genetic differences among Central European Cockchafer (Melolontha spp.) species. Workshop on Biotic Risks and Climate Change in Forests IUFRO Working Party 7.03.10 20-23 September, 2010 Freiburg / Germany
  • Lakatos F. (2009): Genetic tools and invasive species (what we know/can do,and what we don't know/can. Proceedings: 52nd Southern Forest Insect Work Conference July 28 – 31, 2009 Gulfport, Mississippi
  • Lakatos F. (2009): The use of pheromones in the Hungarian forestry. „Semio-chemicals without Borders” Joint Conference of the Pheromone Groups of IOBC WPRS and IOBC EPRS. Budapest, Hungary, November 15-20, 2009
  • Lakatos F., Szabó I. and Kirisits T. (2008): Ophiostomatid fungi associated with bark beetles on Picea abies and Pinus sylvestris in Hungary. IUFRO Recent Advances in Forest Entomology, Pretoria, South-Africa; 1-6 July 2008: 11 p.
  • Lakatos F., Eredics A., Kajimura H., Petercord R., Biegel T., Parini C., Knizek M., Arthofer W. and Stauffer C. (2007): Evolutionary background of the host switch of the European Trypodendron species (Curculionidae, Scolytinae). Natural enemies and other multi-scale influences on forest insects. Joint meeting of the IUFRO WPs: 7.03.05, 7.03.06 and 7.03.07. BOKU Vienna, 9-14 Sept 2007.
  • Lakatos F. and Szabó I. (2007): Phytophthora species in forest trees in Hungary – a genetic approach. IUFRO WP 7.02.09. Phytophthoras in Forests and natural ecosystems. Monterey CA, USA 26-31 Aug 2007.
  • Lakatos F. and Molnár M. (2006): Beech (Fagus sylvatica) decline in SE-Hungary. 7th Workshop on Methodology of Forest Insect and Disease Survey in Central Europe (IUFRO S7.03.10.). Gmunden, Austria, September 11-14, 2006.
  • Lakatos F., W. Grodzki, Q.-H. Zhang and C. Stauffer (2005): Genetic structure of Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg, 1836) (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) populations from Europe and Asia. The International Forestry Review Vol. 7 (5): 254-255. J.L. Innes, I.K. Edwards and D.J. Wilford (eds.): Forest in the Ballace: Linking Tradition and Technology. XXII IUFRO World Congress, 8-13 August 2005, Brisbane, Australia. Abstracts.
  • Lakatos F. (2005): Xylophagous and phloeophagous insects in the Hungarian coniferous forest – conflicts of forest protection and conservation. In: Forster B., Grodzki W. and Knizek M. (eds.): Methodology of Forest Insect and Disease Survey in Central Europe: Biotic damage in forests.
  • Lakatos F., Kovács Z., Kenis M., Davis D.R., Covell Ch. and Stauffer Ch. (2004): Genetic aspects of invasive leaf miners – examples of three species introduced recently to Europe. In: Gottschalk K.W. (ed.): Proceedings, USDA XV. Interagency Research Forum on Gypsy Moth and other Invasive Species 2004.
  • Lakatos F., Kluza D., Kovács Z., Stauffer, Ch., Kenis M. and Davis D.R. (2004): Searching for the origin of Cameraria ohridella – a genetic and ecological modelling study. In: 1st International Cameraria Symposium, IOCB Prague, Czech Republic
  • Lakatos F. és Stauffer Ch. (1999): A betűzőszú (Ips typograpus) posztglaciális elterjedése Európában (Postglacial colonisation routes of Ips typographus in Europe). A Magyar Biológiai Társaság Környezet- és Természetvédelmi Szakosztálya ülése (Meeting of the Hungarian Biological Society) Budapest 1999. 12. 16.
  • Lakatos F (1998): Genetic variation of Ips typographus L. populations from in and outside of the native range of its host Picea abies (L.) Karsten. Workshop on Bark Beetle Genetics: Current Status of Research. Madison, Wisconsin,USA. 17-18. July 1998. Proceedings of a Workshop on Bark Beetle Genetics: Current Status of Research. Madison, Wisconsin,USA: 12-14. p.


Textbooks

  • Lakatos F., Traser Gy. és Tuba K. (2010): Rovarhatározó az ízeltlábúak rövid áttekintésével (Insect determination key). Egyetemi jegyzet. Nyugat-magyarországi Egyetem Kiadó, Sopron. 102 pp.
  • Lakatos F. és Traser Gy. (2000): Rovarhatározó az ízeltlábúak áttekintésével (Insect determination key). Egyetemi jegyzet. Nyugat-Magyarországi Egyetem, Sopron. 106 pp.


Other publications

  • Lakatos F. (2013): A házi berkenye rovarvilága. Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLVIII. (9): 284-285.
  • Lakatos F. (2012): A zselnicemeggy rovarvilága. Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLVII.(9): 280-281.
  • Lakatos F. és Tuba K. (2011): A tiszafa rovarvilága. Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLVI. (11): 340. p.
  • Lakatos F. (2011): Varga Ferenc 75 éves. Növényvédelem (Plant Protection), 47(10): 441-442. p.
  • Lakatos F. (2010): A mézgás éger rovarvilága (Insect associates of alder). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry), CXLV(1): 18-19.
  • Lakatos F. (2010): Az ezüst hárs ízeltlábú faunája (Insect associates of lime trees). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLV(11): 392-393.
  • Molnár M. és Lakatos F. (2009): Bükkpusztulás Zala megyében (Mass mortality of beech in SW Hungary). „Klíma-21” Füzetek (Climate-21 Booklets) 57: 74-82.
  • Tuba K. és Lakatos F. (2009): Inváziós rovarfajok (Invasive Insects). Természet Világa (World of Nature) 140(4): 181-183.
  • Lakatos F. (2008): A vörösfenyőtű aknázómoly (Coleophora laricella). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLIII. (2): 54-55.
  • Lakatos F. (2008): A törékeny fűz károsítói (Herbivors of willow). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLIII. (7-8): 249-250.
  • Molnár M. és Lakatos F. (2008): Pusztuló bükköseink (Dying beech stands). Természet Világa (World of Nature) 139(9): 398-400.
  • Molnár M. és Lakatos F. (2008): Bükksirató (Beech decline). Magyar mezőgazdaság: Erdőgazdaság és Faipar (Hungarian Agriculture: Forestry and Wood Industry) 63(10): 36-37 (VI-VII).
  • Lakatos F. (2007): A szelídgesztenye rovarvilága (The herbivore fauna of the chestnut). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLII. (10): 323-325.
  • Lakatos F. and Molnár M. (2007): Bükkpusztulás Zala megyében – klímaváltozás? (Beach decline in SW-Hungary – signal for climate change?) V. Erdő- és Klíma Konferencia (Proceedings of the 5th Forests and Climate Conference): 257-267.
  • Lakatos F. (2006): A magyar kőris rovarvilága (The herbivore fauna of Hungarian ash). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLI. (11): 348-349.
  • Lakatos F. (2006): Fenyőállományokban végrehajtott egészségügyi termelések szerepe védett és/vagy veszélyztetett fában és kéregben költő bogárfajok esetén (Coleoptera) (The impact of salvage cuttings in coniferous forests on the conservation of protected and/or endangered xylophagous insects). Természetvédelmi Közlemények (Bulettin of Nature Protection) 12: 123-131.
  • Lakatos F. Szabó I., Farid M. & Lee S.S. (2006): Erdők és erdőgazdálkodás Malajziában (Forests and forestry in Malaysia). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry). CXLI. (3): 80-82. p.
  • Lakatos F. (2006): Xylophagous and phloeophagous insects in the Hungarian coniferous forest – conflicts of forest protection and conservation. In: Csóka, Gy.; Hirka, A. and Koltay, A. (eds.): Biotic damage in forests. Proceedings of the IUFRO (WP 7.03.10) Symposium held in Mátrafüred, Hungary, 12-16, 2004: 114-123.
  • Molnár M. és Lakatos F. (2006): A bükk tömeges pusztulása Zala megyében (Beech decline in SW-Hungary). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXLI. (2): 48-51.
  • Lakatos F., Kovács Z., Stauffer Ch., Kenis M., Tomov R. and Davis D.R. (2006): The genetic background of three introduced leaf miner moth species - Parectopa robiniella Clemens 1863, Phyllonorycter robiniella Clemens 1859 and Cameraria ohridella Deschka et Dimic 1986). In: Kamata N., Liebhold A.M., Quiring D.T. and Clancy K.M. (eds.): Forest Insect Population Dynamics and Host Influences: 67-71. p.
  • Kenis M., Girardoz S., Avtzis N., Freise J., Heitland W., Grabenweger G., Lakatos F., Lopez Vaamonde C., Svatos A., Tomov R. (2006): Finding the area of origin of the horse-chestnut leaf miner: a challenge. In: Kamata N., Liebhold A.M., Quiring D.T. and Clancy K.M. (eds.): Forest Insect Population Dynamics and Host Influences: 63-66. p.
  • Lakatos F., Kovács Z., Stauffer Ch., Covell Ch. and Davis D.R. (2005): Genetic aspects of invasive leaf miners – examples of three species introduced recently to Europe. In: Gottschalk, K.W. (ed.) (2005): Proceedings, XV USDA Interagency Research Forum on Gypsy Moth and other Invasive Species 2004. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-332. Newton Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Norteastern Research Station. Addenda A.
  • Lakatos F. (2005): Forests and forestry in Hungary. Commonwealth Forestry Association (CFA) Newsletter 31: 15-16.
  • Lakatos F. (2003): Hagyni vagy nem hagyni? avagy Gondolatok az elpusztult és/vagy kitermelt faanyag szerepéről a hazai fenyőerdőkben (To leave or not to leave? The role of dying and/or cutted wood in the Hungarian coniferous forest). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXXXVIII (138): 12-13. p.
  • Lakatos F., Traser Gy. és Kovács Z. (2003): A gyarmatpusztai vadgesztenyés (The horse chestnut stand of Gyarmatpuszta). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry) CXXXVIII (138): 143-44. p.
  • Lakatos F. (2002): Migration features of Ips typographus in the Tatra Mountains using genetic methods. In: M. L. McManus & A. M. Liebhold (eds.): Ecology, Survey and Management of Forest Insects. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-311: 150-154. p.
  • Lakatos F. (2001): Szúbogarak (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) genetikai vizsgálata. (Genetic investigations on bark beetles). MTA Veszprémi Területi Bizottsága Kiadványa a Magyar Tudomány Napja alkalmából (Special Issue of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: The Day of the Hungarian Science): 53-65. p.
  • Lakatos F. (2001): Táplálkozásbiológiai és genetikai vizsgálatok szúbogarakon (Investigation on food specifity and genetic structure of bark beetles). Erdészeti Tudományos Intézet Kiadványai (Yearbook of the Hungarian Forest Research Institute) 15: 163-168.
  • Lakatos F (1998): Genetic variation of Ips typographus L. populations from in and outside of the native range of its host Picea abies (L.) Karsten. In: J. Hayes and K. Raffa ed.: Proceedings of a Workshop on Bark Beetle Genetics: Current Status of Research. Madison, Wisconsin,USA: 12-14.
  • Lakatos F. (1997): Szúkárosítások alakulása a Soproni-hegyvidéken (Bark beetles in the mountains of Sopron). Erdészeti Lapok (Journal of Forestry). CXXXII (10): 325-326.


Popular scientific presentations:

  • Lakatos F. (2008): Az erdővédelem szerepe és helyzete Magyarországon. Nyírerdő Zrt: Az akác a Nyírség aranya. Szakmai konferencia, Baktalórántháza, 2008. április 24.
  • Lakatos F. (2008): A szúkárosítás alakulása Magyarországon. OEE Sárospataki helyi csoport rendezvénye. Óhuta, 2008. május16.
  • Lakatos F. (2008): Az erdővédelem szerepe és helyzete Magarországon. Nyírerdő Zrt Akadémia. Szakmai konferencia, Guth, 2008. május 23.
  • Lakatos F. (2008): A szúkárosítás alakulása az Őrségben. OEE Vas Megyei Csoport rendezvénye. Sárvár, 2008. január 24.
  • Lakatos F. (2006): A bükk pusztulása a zalai erdőkben. OEE Zalaegerszegi Csoport rendezvénye 2006. március 27.
  • Lakatos F. (2006): Szúbogarak és a holt fa a hazai fenyőerdőkben. WWF & Pilisi Parkerő ZRt. Szakmai Fórum: A holt fa erdészeti és természetvédelmi szerepe. Erdészeti Információs Központ Budapest, 2006. február 17.